Three West Midlands cities have won over four million euros to help the region's communities get the maximum benefit from migration and improve migrants’ and refugees’ sense of belonging.
Children and families are in for a treat this half term as Coventry Libraries will be hosting some free chemistry sessions, where children can have a go at making bath bombs and snow globes!
The judges who decide whether Coventry lands UK City of Culture 2021 have paid a visit to the city.
Health and Safety training courses for schools 2017/2018
The government has announced winners of a £51 million competition to develop world leading self driving car testing infrastructure with Coventry based universities and industry.
Shearer Property Group and the owners of The Upper Precinct are consulting on proposals to provide a total transformation of the City’s prime shopping environment.
A Coventry residential centre for children with learning disabilities is about to turn 50 – and old friends are being invited back to join the celebrations.
Coventry musicians have recorded a song in support of Coventry's bid to be City of Culture in 2021.
A Coventry firm has been ordered to pay out over £1,300 after waste was found dumped in a city car park.
Coventry Citizens Advice would like to invite current partners and new to showcase of their recent evaluation report on Wednesday 1 November, 4.30pm – 5.30pm.
Ten people have been honoured with the title of Freemen of the City in a ceremony at the Council House.
Bins that burp, scooters that go faster when you scream and a bench that warms your backside when you talk are coming to Coventry next week and are designed to make the city more playable.
Pupils from Limbrick Wood Primary School found out what it meant to be Lord Mayor for the day by shadowing him on his civic duties.
Albert Neale is Coventry’s latest Good Citizen after he was presented with an Award by the Lord Mayor today.
Young people from across Coventry celebrated their successes getting into rewarding jobs, training and educational opportunities during the first anniversary of the city’s Ambition programme.
Free public WiFi is coming to Coventry city centre, bringing a stream of social and economic benefits for residents, visitors and businesses.
A partnership community engagement event that took place this weekend was a big success.
Over one million illegal cigarettes were seized in a joint operation between Coventry Trading Standards, Coventry Police and Immigration yesterday (9 October).
A visiting artist supported Coventry’s mental health festival by creating charcoal drawings on free newspapers and leaving them for other bus passengers to enjoy.
10 October marks World Mental Health Day.
This year Coventry Libraries organised Book Lovers Vintage Tea Parties at Allesley Park Library and Bell Green Library to mark Older People’s Day.
For thousands of years, the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent has been a cultural crossroad, resulting in a rich and vibrant legacy of arts and crafts.
Tailor made training sessions for school staff 2017/2018.
9-15 October, is Baby Loss Awareness Week (BLAW) where parents, their families and friends come together to acknowledge and remember their precious babies who have died.
British Contemporary Artist Claire Margaret is to share the inspiration behind her new, exciting exhibition as part of Coventry’s Scratch the Surface - DIALOGUE, mental health arts festival.
Coventry has got its first 'flash crossing' on a wide section of road outside the station on the new Friargate boulevard.
Live drawing sessions on buses by artist and mental health advocate, Liz Atkin, will form part of a two week festival in Coventry.
WATCH (Working Actively to Change Hillfields) celebrated 20 years and also the official re-launch of the Hillfields Community Library within the centre yesterday (Tuesday 3 October).
The Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Tony Skipper hosted an awards ceremony which celebrated the contribution of refugees and asylum seekers to the city earlier this week.